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... rebecca: that would be enough, enough for me ♪ ♪ everybody needs a dream catcher ♪ ♪ catch me! may i help you? i have a 10:00 appointment with dr. samji. the name's patrick casey. could you spell that for me? c-a-s-e-y. yes. please have a seat, and we'll call you. over here. oh, my leg's stiff today. be sure to ask the doctor if there's anything you can do about it. they never have anything useful to say to me. that's not true. and if you don't take care of your leg it's only going to get worse. they say exercise can help, you know. o.k., o.k. you're in a bad mood today. well, i'm doing the best i can. hospitals make me nervous... doctors put me on edge... and i'm worried about my kids. one says she wants to go to music school. so...? but music? what kind of a job will you get if you study music? come on, dad. music is big business. there are all kinds of jobs. sure, turning pages for some dumb piano player. come on. you know my dream is to be a songwriter. you and a million others. i think i have some talent. why don't you study nursing or something? it's not me. it's not what i wan
... rebecca: that would be enough, enough for me ♪ ♪ everybody needs a dream catcher ♪ ♪ catch me! rebecca: "day four. what a night! my car broke down." hello! yo... hello, we need a phone. we, we have car trouble. where's she going? i don't know. hello... great... now what? excuse me, we need a phone. we're having car trouble. we're closed. we realize that, but it'll only take a few minutes. what is the problem? i need to call a mechanic. do you know of any around here? joe's auto repair, it's the closest. oh, well, do you have the phone number by any chance? for pete's sake... just a second. do you think anyone will be at joe's garage? let's just take it one step at a time, o.k.? here iis, joe's auto repair. um, could i use your phone? o.k., make it snappy, though. go around back, phone's on the wall. ( thunder booming ) hi. hi. listen, is there a chance that maybe i can get something to eat before you close? no. grill'turned off. sure is windy, huh? it's always windy out here... god... did you find the phone yet? yes, but i'm not getting any... oh, it's ringing... oh, no, it's an answer
. >>> plus, the monday buzzword for your chance at a new ipad, and move over rebecca black, this is the newest hitmaker. >> uh-oh. >> the tween behind the tune, just in time for turkey day. ♪ it's thanksgiving >>> all of these people are in the booty, that's in u gaunld da, and they're all crowding around a pit latrine. it seems somebody heard a noise in there and thought, that may be a baby. so police start executing a rescue. ntv u gaunganda picked up the s >> digging a whole into the side of this thing. one police officer is going to crawl inside. >> where he's crawling is there human extrament? >> yes, it's a latrine. >> but look what they pull out. >> no! >> as you can see, they say the baby is dusty, but for all intents and purposes, the baby was in pretty good conditions. >> this resident couldn't believe a person would abandon their child. [ speaking in foreign language ]. >> i've got to say, fortunately it also looked like the baby was dry. not -- i was worried -- it's a latrine. i thought the baby would be covered in, you know what? >> they had somebody there fr
points, but the nasdaq and the s&p both gained about a point. rebecca patterson joins us now to talk more about the markets and bernanke. she's the chief investment officer of bessemer trust. >> hi, rebecca, nice to have you with us. >> hi. thank you. >> susie: so when i was at this event where ben bernanke was speaking, a number of the money managers i talked to said that the markets really haven't factored in the prospect of falling off of the cliff. how hard do you think the markets could fall if that were to happen? what are your thoughts on this? >> if we don't have a deal by year end and we do go off the cliff, even if it is just for a few weeks, i think the market implications are pretty severe. if you look at the implied volatility of the stock market right now, the vics index, it is suggesting everything is going to be fine, there is no near-term risk factored in, and that makes me very nervous. we are being very defensive, given that risk is still out there. i wouldn't be shocked to see 5%, 10%, if we went off the cliff on the s&p. that wouldn't be a big surprise to me. put it i
. and the health care workers need to be immunized not spread diseases that is where they go with it. neil: rebecca. >> the situation is a slippery slope, if you require people to get a flaw vaccination -- flu vaccination where does this go? do they agree to this it an interview or a contract, if they agree, sure, kely is right, if they did not, how are we then. posing. neil: they are a healthcare company, assuming you have to be healthy. >> what does healthy mean, that is the point, i don't have -- let's say i have diabetes. you get into question is flu vaccine beneficial. neil: a very good point, kelly, every flu vaccine i had, i get the flu. i don't know why it happens, but you argue there is a distinction because of the type of companies it is. we had where overweight people cannot work at a health company, and discharge smokers, so, this is a health care company, they are saying that -- >> but, that is -- slippery slope, what behavior, what action, are you going to take that because you got, to do something, they will be fored to do other things ? >> i don't disagree with rebecca, but this sit
their plans to charge rebecca brooks and andy colson with conspiring to bribe public officials for information. brooks who had been chief executive of murdoch's news international was an extraordinarily close friend of prime minister david cameron. she's charged along with another journalist with paying $160,000 over seven years to a defense ministry official for information while colson who most recently served as cameron's director of communications after stepping down as editor of the now defunct news of the world tabloid conspired to pay officials for access to a royal phone directory known as the green book. this new round of charges for the two are in addition to charges they already face associated with hacking voice mails. here with me to discuss the latest development in the on-going murdoch media scandal ed pilkington. thank you for your time tonight. >> good to be here. >> is rupert murdoch finally feeling some real heat? these two are as close as you can get to him. >> yes. they've been charged be
>>> good morning i'm rebecca jarvis. >> i'm anthony. here are a few of the stories that we'll be look at on cbs "this morning saturday." >> the war hero general who became america's top spy makes a confession and steps down. >> after the election the fiscal cliff the president and congress make their first moves to avoid a fall. >>> americans love of lincoln. steven spielberg's new movie attempts to put a new face on an american legend. >> a long lost elvis concert is uncovered 40 years later. >> all that and so much more on cbs "this morning," saturday, november 10, 2012. captioning funded by cbs >>>elvis may have left the building but peter frampton is in the house. we'll be here performing for us this morning as well. a lot of music ahead. welcome to the weekend. >> welcome to the weekend. we want to begin with the resignation of cia director david petraeus who admitted to having an extramarital affair. petraeus, one of the most decorated four star army generals was credited with turning around the u.s. war in iraq and lead agnew effort in afghanista
the capital region. this is "washington business report" with abc7 national correspondent rebecca cooper. >> thanks for joining us for a look at business andinance in the washington region. it is a week when the voters have a fally spoke ads are over, campaign planes haveve landed. where did we end up? pretty much where we started. president obama in the ite house,emocrats corolling the senate republicans icontrorol of t the hse. . maryland voters overwhelmingly papassed to the dream act to a, approved gayay marriage, and m willll be building a new casino at national harbor. what does it mean for you and your wallet? we have a special half-hour withh our roundtable todayo take the post-election pl. joining us,s, >> lilive, anand in hd, this is abc 7 "n"news at noo" on your s side. " regular "washington business report" regular peter morici, economist atat the university ofof mararyland, marion blakey of the american -- induries is a trespass industries association -- aerospacee industries association. everybody thought there woululd be some clarity aft this s was all over. we will get to
correspondent rebecca cooper. captioned by the national captioning institute --www.ncicap.org-- >> thanks for joining us for a look at business and finance and the washington region. the fiscal cliff is getting closer, d congress and the whitee house say they are rking on sving it. will they find a solutition? us, an ambitious plan from mayor gray. we will be talking about those topics and more. first, a look at success and how to make it happepen. it can be hard for an entrepreneur or a small busineness person to make a connection. it is called the h hot mommas project. we're joined by k kathy k korman frey the founder of the project and adjunct professor at george e washington univeity. also, theresa alfaro daytner the ceo of dadaytner construction group. and kim rosenberg the predent of mixology d.c. welcome to y you a. kathy, it h has a fine namee but a serious purpose. when you went to leaearn lessons from anyone in the business worldd you look at ce studies and you decided there were not enough case studies from women like you. they allll camfrom a bunch of guy c ceo's. now you have
correspondent rebecca cooper. captioned by the national captiong institute --www.ncicap.o-- >> thanks foroining us for a look at business and finance here in the washington region. won election getting lots of attention inin the wororld of business and finance is a highly contested congressional race in our area. republican rcoe bartlett has held the st since he took office i1993 and has been longley favored. this is one race with the incumbt could be facing an upset. congreressman roscoe bartlett, welcome back to "washington busiss rort." you could be facing an upset. what do you think is going to happen? >> we wiwill have to wait and seeee what happens on election day. i aays run like i am 20. behind. >> where do you feel like y have strength going int tuesday? >> obviouslyly we haveoncerns in montgomery county because they do not know me. 55% of the district and westernn marylandnd, they know meow for 20 years. it has been a struggle getting acquainted with the new peopl in montgomery count >> it is an oddly drawn distri that everyonone aits was gerrymandered by the demrats. described to u
into place? >> and remember rebecca black? >> she's back but is she better? >> yeah. >> it's one of the most awesome acts of nature. and there are a ton of videos pouring in to the internet. lava from the volcano on hawaii's big island pouring into the pacific ocean. you siee the lava traveling dow and hitting the water. this is the first time this happened since december of 2011. you can see the lava reacting, you know, as it hits the water. this is fun to see earth being created. we forget that with this planet and landmasses change constantly and this is just a hot example of that. did you see that photographer walking around up there? >> a little too close. >> yeah. they're saying you shouldn't get too close to this stuff for obvious reasons. observers also say the stream has been three to five feet wide as it's traveling down the side of this cliff. some of the most spectacular picks have come to us at night. these people on a hike decide to poke it with a stick just to see what would happen. >> what if the ground you're standing on, the lava you think is dry -- >> so you have a 1977 do
uncomfortable right now. >> see the new rebecca black? >> funny you ask that because the much older guy in this video is actually patrice wilson, who produced this video and produced friday by rebecca black. >> ♪ friday, friday, got to get down on friday ♪ >> this guy figured out a formula that works. >> why make a pop song about thanksgiving? >> because there's not one. ♪ ♪ we we are going to have a good time ♪ >> green beans, yeah! >> i know what you guys are thinking. the song is pretty good but it needs a wrap. >> ♪ thanksgiving giving i'm trying to be sofá give iing we got to e have ♪ >> i hate my life right now. >> can't be -- >> look at the bright side. he's not sexing it up. >> ♪ we be laughing until we cry. thanksgiving. >> fátalking about being thankf. >> use the drumstick as a microphone. to see all of anicole's video click on "best of rtm." >>> we love videos. today, on thanksgiving, we're showing you some of the ones we're most thankful for. >> my favorite of all, brothers, prank and sisters. >> and >>> happyxd asian thanksgiving. at least, that's what dav
>>> good morning. i am rebecca jarvis. >> and i am anthony mason. here are a few stories we'll look at at saturday. a powder keg in the middle east aerial assaults intensify as israel and hamas move to the bripg of all out war. >>> general petraeus on capitol hill caught up on a personal scandal. he gives his version of what happened in the september attack on the u.s. consulate in benghazi. >>> then holiday movies, from a return to middle earth to a boy and a tiger at sea on a very small boat. >>> and a high school football star unlike any you have ever seen living out his dream. all of that and so much more on cbs this morning saturday november 17th 2012. >>> good morning, thanks for being with us. welcome to the week end. >> happy weekend. >> we begin with the escalating crisis in the middle east. this morning israeli war planes bombed several targets in the hamas controlled gaza strip and israel called up thousands of reservist for a possible invasion and they spoke with israeli leaders on friday night reiterating israel has a right to defend
: will the credit union come forward. >> good afternoon. >> i am rebecca -- with the san francisco federal credit union. >> director bridges: my question was -- the money transferred back to the mta funds. the fun sitting in the credit union, what type of rate structure? >> it will be against their five year cnt, with 75-100 basis points in addition to the rate. we wanted a good market right. >> director bridges: a good market right, that's correct. thank very much. >> chairman nolan: -- >> can i get clarification on this balloon payment due in five years? >> the example we gave to chris, one choice, a borrower could have, the five-year loan. we want to keep the payment as low as possible. we want to make the term as long as possible. a five-year 30 is fixed for 5 years; at the end the balance is refinanced until paid in full. it could take that to the full 30 years. there is no prepayment penalty. they can make higher payments anytime and pay the loan down, which is what we have seen over the pilot program. it is a way to bring the loan program for the borrower to keep the payment as low
about the fiscal cliff. rebecca kaplan from "national journal" will be along a little bit later and brad woodhouse who has a shiny head looks just like stan collender -- >> hey hey! >> bill: brad woodhouse communications director for the dnc shaved his head as part of a bet. he will be in studio next hour. >> that's what happened to you stan. >> i lost a bet with god. i said you know, if you give me hair, i will wear it. he said no, not happening. >> bill: we'll see how brad looks. let's see if he looks as sharp as stan collender here. we'll be right back but first. >> this is the "full court press." >> other headlines making news, how about this headline. porn stores have this more together than one might think. a new study done by shippensburg university in texas. women's university find that female porn actors are more religious and have a higher self-esteem than other women. the study concluded these women do not fit the damaged goods hypothesis and have great social support and positive feelings but the stud
by the affair of general david petraeus. her name is rebecca sinclair. her brigadier general husband also strayed. she tells us why the stress of war can lead to infidelity when "cbs this morning" continues. >> announcer: this portion of "cbs this morning" sponsored by aarp, fighting to keep medicare and social security strong for generations to come. anncr: but you deserve straight talk about the options on the... table and what they mean for you and your family. ancr: aarp is cutting through all the political spin. because for our 37 million members, only one word counts. get the facts at earnedasay.org. let's keep medicare... and social security strong for generations to come. ♪ one for you. ♪ and one for me. ♪ you, you, you, you, you... ♪ and one for me. ♪ xbox for jack. ♪ sweaters for nancy. ♪ i'm blown away... i'm freaking out... ♪ ♪ deals, deals, deals! ♪ it's on, it's on, it's on, ♪ it's black friday. but what about your wrinkles? neutrogena® rapid wrinkle repair visibly reduces fine lines and wrinkles in just one week. why wait if you don't have to. neutrog
> good morning. i'm rebecca jarvis. >> i'm anthony mason. here are a few of stories we'll be look at on cbs "this morning saturday." >>> after the storm, the anger, devastation and pain left by superstorm sandy. and now gas rationing to try to ease the frustration. >>> after promising to run the race through a storm shocked city organizers of the new york marathon back down. >> as the clock ticks down to election day, both presidential candidates make ohio their second home. where things stand with three days to go. >> and for all the pain and heartbreak this week time for optimism. "annie" returns to broadway with a message that endures. ♪ o all that and so much more on cbs "this morning saturday," saturday, november 3, 2012. >>> identify forgotten how well she can hit that note. >> she's incredible. i'm looking forward to having a conversation with her. >> welcome to the weekend, everybody. we begin with the aftermath of the big storm and here are this morning's headlines. more than 100 people in ten states are dead as a result of hurricane sandy. 3.5 mill
and disrupted business. rebecca rose woodland and rosemary arnold on whether the retail giant has a case. first to you, rebecca. you say the law is on wal-mart's side. wal-mart can stop these protests, right this. >> yep. wal-mart has had consistent protests over the course of the last seven to nine months. in that case it consists of a unionization attempt. unionization attempts have to be requested through the national labor relations board, and they have to go through a process to unionize the store. they have not done that, so this is seen as unlawful picketing. >> so wal-mart could win. >> absolutely. >> and you say no they can't win. the law is not on their side. >> if you look at the exception to the law, the law only applies to nonemployees of the company. it does not apply to employees who are claiming what these employees are claiming is retaliation. it is their attempt to shut these people up because they don't want customers to hear what they have to say. >> hold on. wal-mart has gone to the national labor relations board. >> not yet. >> that is not a court. it is supposed to be neu
automation team, darrell ascano, tajel shah, and rebecca villareal- mayer, come on up. [applause] >> i've been anointed to speak for us. jose has asked me to use my outside voice. we are so lucky. very rarely in your life to you get a blank canvas with leadership to tell you to find problems and solve them. i want to thank our leadership for doing that and giving us not only the opportunity to make change, but also to really make mistakes. i think that's a rare thing, to be able to make mistakes in this environment and continue to proceed and be successful. i mean it when we say -- what we end up doing is so different. we work to scale every day. we invite the people that we serve every day. thank you to the nominees. to our leadership, thank you. thank you to all the winners and to all the people we get to work with and serve. thanks. [applause] >> let's hear it for the tax team. [applause] >> parking is a universal quality of life issue. it touches on so many different parts of the transportation system. we were looking for ways to make parking easier and more convenient. >> in the b
to be the trip of a lifetime, spend some months in israel, as an exchange student but the minute rebecca lee from berkeley landed issue, and our small group of american students were faced with the unexpected. rockets would, and it was not frequent. >> rockets, fired on the small town in southern israel were rebecca was set to study a >> are you frightened? >> i am not ready nervous about my safety i think the chances of something happen to me personally are actually slight. >> they have had schools close, people aren't going to work you have to stay near your home because if the sirens go off your supposed to go in a shelter. i think i've stayed pretty call when the sirens have actually gone off. what is your to be is any time i hear a siren or lard car start to wonder. >> the parents of rebecca are worried but so far rebecca has no plans to >> i kind of wanted to come home and it is not fun but i have a commitment here. >> i am fortunate that i have the luxury to say i want to come here and there and people living here that cannot even leave the town the let alone a lot they cannot leave the co
in downtown chicago. >> thank you, scott. the romney campaign is finishing .hings in new england >> rebecca cooper is following campaign from new hampshire. >> the crowd inside here at , it waser and irina supposed to be a 10:00 p.m. soly but it got pushed back the candidate could take one to columbus.rip an enthusiastic crowd inside, on the stage getting them warm up. a crowd of thousands waited .utside in the cold and snow make the mostd to of his final day. not one but two rallies in virginia. mitt romney telling virginia make theey could on election day. at this rally here in was supposed to his grand finale of for the campaign, but he decided to make one final push tomorrow. he will head back to ohio and and theno pittsburg boston. will be live we throughout the evening, right at 11:00 p.m. >> we will see you soon. the race foro president, boaters and virginia will vote for a new senator. but in maryland, supporters and opponents on the so-called question 6 and question 7. sex couplesllow same- marry and question seven covers expansion of a casino in prince george's county. to election
this morning. with six weeks left to go, work has to be done quickly. rebecca is live with more on the talks. >> the calendar is showing it is just a few weeks until we fall off the so-called fiscal cliff. that is when extended unemployment benefits will expire, tax cuts will expire, and the automatic spending cuts will go into effect. today congressional leaders were promising they would meet the deadline. >> inside the white house republican house speaker john boehner and president obama sat side by side both insisting they want and will find macdill. >> our challenge is to make sure that we are able to cooperate, work together, find common ground, make some tough compromises, build some consensus to do the people's business. >> coming out of the meeting are rare image of bipartisan ship. >> we have the recognition that every person in america knows we would not reach agreement. >> we are prepared to put everything on the table provided we fixed the problem. however, we are in the dilemma we are in that because we tax too little, but because we spend too well. >> some say that as a key dif
university. >> thanks, rebecca. residents of maryland turned out in big numbers for their final chance to turn in an early voting ballot. the state board of elections said early voting hit a record high of nearly 300,000 this year extended by one day because of hurricane sandy. >> through election day, if you see any problems at polling places, from long lines to machine of functions, please let us know. you can let us know on twitter or send an e-mail. >> also tonight, the latest on the aftermath of hurricane sandy. and were just in that the new york city marathon schedule for the weekend has been cancelled. this comes as the patience of storm victims is wearing thin. supplies are not reaching many while others wait in long lines for gasoline and other essential items. we have the latest from our satellite center. >> the recovery is not coming as fast as anyone affected by the storm would like. some lost everything they had and are having to wait for the most basic necessities. this is what people looking for gasoline are having places like the new jersey turnpike. long lines and shor
agencies from the police department, san francisco district attorney's office rebecca prozan and david chan. first lieutenant art stelini. he's the chief investigator. thank you, lieutenant stelini. >> thank you, good morning, supervisors. as the lieutenant in the special victim's unit oversees the crimes district the responsibility of these crimes have fallen under our umbrella. as you can see in the handouts before you, to date of 2012 we have approximately 50 of these such cases reported to us. they are broken down into series. we have the first series, a major series at the beginning of the year, which totaled approximately 35 police reports. in that case we originally detained six people at san francisco inter national airport. from those six, three were charged criminally here in san francisco, are in custody, awaiting their court hearings. there is another court hearing set for tomorrow on arguments on that case. the second series was approximately another 12 police reports, 12 victims here in san francisco. we have no arrests in that series, though we do -- we have identified our su
. i also want to thank katie miller and rebecca from my office and consistently at the forefront and in the community and common sense media who became a partner last year and katie and her people and rebecca and the school district we started public information a year ago and my partner richard carranza who is an incredible superintendent, someone i am proud to work with. first of all let me tell you that bullying takes many different shapes. it can be physical, it can be emotional, it can be verbal. i can tell you having been a non english speaking student and immigrant early on and quite frankly times that were very different that we were bullied all the time and didn't know it was bullying and right to the point i actually dropped out of school, and i think it's also important to recognize it's not kids on kids and sometimes adults are part of it, and sometimes unfortunately staff members are part of it. i remember being accused early on by a science teacher and told i was using lsd and i didn't know what it was at the time. i was in the class for three months and didn
to stop bullying in the bay area. our moderator is rebecca randell, vice president of education programs at common sense media based here in san francisco. we became ka is responsible for partnering with school districts and departments of education across the country to help children and youth learn how to think critically, behave safely and participate responsibly in our digital world which we all have heard brings its own complications. she oversees the department's education staff, working in the 3 largest districts in the country, new york, denver, maine, texas, florida, and the bay area. ladies and gentlemen, please welcome rebecca randell. >> great, thank you, melinda. i'm going to ask you all to come up now. as they get seated i'll say a few words. all these panelists really bring a great wealth of experience and wisdom to what on the one hand is actually a really complicated issue and on the other hand at its very core is somewhat simple. whether it's online or off-line, bullying and harassment or as the teens that we encounter at common sense media often say, drama, it's ab
. it is a fully integrated strategy. >> susie: tomorrow, we are here in a rebecca taylor store in manhattan and are you saying this say good example of a successful retail never tow's mar at the time-- marketplace, tell us why. >> this is a great store. they have a tremendous in store experience. so when you shop in the stores you get a chance to actually feel design and they are a fashion retailer. they also have a tremendous on-line presence. so in the next few years one of the differentiaters between winners and losers will be this issue of multichannel retailing. on-line matching the in-store experience. these guy does it really well. >> susie: you were tell approximating me that thises with a strong start to the holiday shopping season. so what do retailers and marketers have to do over the next couple of weeks between now and christmastime. so that this momentum is not lost. >> well, what's very important is that 101 million households are value seeking households. what is so important about that is retailers must continue to show value to the shopper if they have them coming into the
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